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The Way Cool Clouds Of The Carina Nebula - Universe Today
[/caption] It’s beautiful…. But it’s cold. By utilizing the submillimetre-wavelength of light, the 12 meter APEX telescope has imaged the frigid, dusty clouds of star formation in the Carina Nebula. Here, some 7500 light-years away, unrestrained stellar creation produces some of the most massive stars known to our galaxy… a picturesque petri dish in which … Continue reading "The Way Cool Clouds Of The Carina Nebula"